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North West Ambulance Service appoints new Chairman
NHS Improvement (NHSI) has confirmed the appointment of Mr Peter White as Chair of the North West Ambulance NHS trust.
Non-executive appointments to NHS Trusts made by the NHS Improvement are subject to the Governance Code for Public Appointments.
Peter has been appointed from 1 February 2019 until 31 January 2023. He declared no political activity and will receive remuneration of £35,000 per annum.
Peter, who was Vice Chairman, has been a Non-Executive Director of the trust since 2014, with specific responsibility for performance and quality as well as leading on behalf of the board on EPRR (Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response).
From the Ribble Valley in Lancashire, Peter has enjoyed a varied career policing all areas of Lancashire before being promoted to senior positions including Head of Uniform Operations, Commander of Preston division, head of the force’s corporate change rogramme and finally Assistant Chief Constable responsible for the People portfolio.
Following his appointment Peter said: “It’s an honour to be given the opportunity to continue to be part of the leadership team at NWAS, and I would like to thank Wyn for her leadership and support.”
Former Chaiman, Wyn Dignan, whose term ended on 31 January 2019, said: “I am delighted for NWAS that Peter has been appointed as Chair. I have worked with him in his non-executive director role for the past four years, I am confident that he will continue be a valuable asset to this great organisation, with great people.”